White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia will play host to the New Orleans Saints starting Thursday.
The Saints report to training camp on Thursday, located more than 875 miles from New Orleans in the Allegheny Mountains.
Players will report to The Greenbrier Thursday for physicals and to schedule their strength and conditioning tests. The Saints will begin on-field workouts in non-padded practice sessions on Friday.
While at The Greenbrier, the club will hold a total of 20 practices, including a scrimmage on Saturday, August 2.
In anticipation of the Saints' arrival, final preparations are being made at the training facility.
Finishing touches are being made to the practice field.
Helmets and supplies line the walls of the locker room.
Football season is closer than you think!
All training camp workouts scheduled both at The Greenbrier and in Louisiana will be open to the public.
For a full training camp schedule, click here.
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